NEW YORK (AP) — Neil Young's protest against Spotify over podcaster Joe Rogan is rocking the world's most popular streaming service, and it's putting a spotlight on its business priorities.

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Young asked Spotify to remove his music from its platform after Rogan, the popular podcaster, hosted a conversation with a doctor banned from Twitter for spreading COVID-19 misinformation.

Music streaming is the biggest part of Spotify's business, but it is placing great emphasis on becoming a big podcast platform, too.

Rogan is a central  part of that strategy.

Spotify has said it will put a new policy in place to direct listeners to accurate medical information when the coronavirus is discussed on one of its podcasts.

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